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Gresham-Fairview Trail

The Gresham-Fairview Trail winds through urban wetlands and neighborhoods from Powell Boulevard and the Springwater Trail to Halsey Street.

When fully complete, the 5.2 mile long Gresham-Fairview Trail will serve as a major north/south connector for cyclists and pedestrians between two regionally significant and heavily used trails: the Springwater Corridor and the 40-Mile Loop (along Marine Drive on the Columbia River).

Ellen Davis Trail

This 2.4-mile roundtrip, ultra-urban trail follows paved paths, sidewalks, and gravel segments through a diverse terrain, including some steep climbs and switchbacks, as it connects Leverich Park and Burnt Bridge Creek Trail with the Ellen Davis Trailhead at Saint James Road. 

The route is well known by neighborhood trekkers but can be tricky for others. The trail traverses a variety of environments, meandering along Burnt Bridge Creek through gardens, meadows, woods, and forest. It is a multi-use trail open to hikers and cyclists. 


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